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, in a sense, in a borderland, a meeting place between great international influences-- the age of the atlantic and the age of the pacific, europe and asia. and they're meeting more broadly they'rein this region.s city, or: the signuideney ar this english tudor exterior did not appeal to today's clients. okay, thanks for coming. narrator: it is seven years later, and me oe lictssolv at both the local and the global scales. locall vancouver enacted a design compromise. ley: in this areathere was a menu of about a half dozen styles that builders were given to work with, but by far the most popular has been, in fact, this one, that i rather jokingly call the "neo-tudor," because it is a revival of what was the tudor revival of the 1900-1920 period. narrator: as long as developers built in details like traditional chimneys, steep pitched roofs and wooden facade work, the houses could be slightly larger than others. ley: i should say that this compromise has been amazingly successful, and it shows that perhaps there is a future for multiculturalism after all. narrator: but the push to build new home
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